Private Eye developer Jake Slack has confirmed that he would ‘absolutely’ be interested in bringing the upcoming virtual reality (VR) experience to the PlayStation 4 and the Project Morpheus VR headset. Speaking to VRFocus at the Rezzed event in Birmingham last month, Slack explained that the title wasn’t designed exclusively for the Oculus Rift VR headset which it is currently in development for.
“Absolutely,” Slack replied when asked if he would be interested in bringing the title to the PlayStation 4. “Like I say, it’s a game built for VR, not a game solely built for Oculus Rift. Any VR headset, maybe on tablets as well. If it has the control scheme of moving your head around and it has that sense of immersion then, yeah, I can’t see why we wouldn’t.”
Private Eye is described as a cinematic psychological thriller. Players assume the role of Sam Sunderland, a wheelchair-bound amnesiac that observes the actions of his neighborhood from the window of his apartment. Sunderland tries to piece his memory back together by observing certain events and eventually unravelling a high profile murder. The title is currently running a Steam Greenlight campaign with a Kickstarter also planned.
VRFocus will continue to follow Private Eye’s progress and will be bringing the full interview with Slack in the near future.
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